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ROS is not an OS but a framework, please reopen my question

I edited the ros tag to make it easier to understand, and I edited these other framework tags: tinyos, katoolin and zend. I will try to implement any requests for improvements in framework tags, ...
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Is it OK to mark a question as a dupe when the OP might require significant additional knowledge to use the answers to the existing question?

I edited both the question and the answer to make it abundantly clear that no recursive option was used, left a link to the duplicate in your answer and voted to reopen. But I'm just one of the ...
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Requesting some eyes on this Closed thread

It was closed as off-topic. The specific reason selected was: Bug reports and problems specific to development version of Ubuntu should be reported on Launchpad so that developers can see, track and ...
5 votes

Why was this question closed?

There can be a example of what was the case with Windows 8 or 8.1 and that would also likely occur with Windows 10. A question on something that's not out yet is just asking for speculation. So make ...
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Was it necessary to close "Is a clean install better than upgrading?" as opinion-based?

It doesn't matter whenever is necessary or not. It is opinion based, and none of the answers there are outside of the realm of opinions. What is not necessary was to reopen it (it was reopened by you, ...
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2 votes
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Reopen an accepted answer question that is tethered to obsolete close votes and was closed as unclear

Not unclear. Question reopened.                    
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2 votes
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Was it necessary to close "Is a clean install better than upgrading?" as opinion-based?

Is a clean install better than upgrading? has been reopened again. This will make it easier to keep it up to date. There's less incentive to keep a canonical question up to date if it's closed, and it'...
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1 vote
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How to check (un)exactly what apt install does

The question has been reopened.
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ROS is not an OS but a framework, please reopen my question

From the official ROS site, about page (http://www.ros.org/about-ros/): The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a flexible framework for writing robot software. It is a collection of tools, libraries, ...
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